Division of AIS Officers Begins

Published: 31st December 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st December 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The process of allocation of All India Service (AIS) officers between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana began Tuesday with the latter relieving 12 IPS and five IAS officers of the AP cadre.

In the provisional allocation in June, Telangana was allocated 44 IAS and around 20 IPS officers. Of them, around 30 IAS officers have now been allocated to the AP cadre.

The Andhra Pradesh government is yet to begin the process of relieving officers allocated to the TS cadre. According to sources, AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and his TS counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao are currently working on postings to IAS and IPS officers.

Among the IPS officers relieved from Telangana are Kasi Reddy VRN Reddy, M Kantha Rao, D Nagendra Kumar, Kanthi Rana Tata, S Syamsunder, Sarvashresth Tripathi, R Jayalakshmi, Gajarao Bhupal, K Koteswara Rao, LKV Ranga Rao, G Pala Raju and Fakeerappa Kagnelli.

Those IAS officers relieved from TS are Neerabh Kumar Prasad, I Srinivas Srinaresh,  M Girija Shankar, M Hari Jawahar Lal and B Lakshmi Kantham.

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